LM Vote: JuCo Men's, Women's Preseason Players of Year
It's November, but Lacrosse Magazine has long been looking ahead to the spring college season. As part of our preseason coverage in January's magazine, we want your input for LM's preseason players of the year.
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We've narrowed it down to four finalists in each division. Who are your picks?
Polls will close on Monday, Nov. 28 at 2 p.m. Eastern. Results will be published in the January issue of LM, alongside our staff picks. Don't get the mag? Join US Lacrosse and its 350,000-plus members today to start your subscription.
Trey Cover, CCBC-Essex, So. D
The 6-foot-1 Cover is a steady pole for the national runner-up. He was a NJCAA second team All-American in 2011.
Zackary Goldbach, Nassau CC, So. A
The Long Island native amassed 41 points for a balanced Nassau offense. Goldbach was named a NJCAA second-team All-American last season.
Connor Latimer, Genesee CC, So. A
The Whitby, Ontario, native scored 62 goals and assisted on 37 others for 99 Points in 2011, and was named a second-team All-American.
Tom Klosowski, Onondaga CC, So. D
The Lazers' top defenseman, from Miami, Fla., is committed to Ohio State. The 6-foot-1, 210-pounder was a second-team All-American last season.
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Keirsten MacLellan, CCBC-Catonsville, So.
MacLellan led Catonsville with 54 goals, 23 assists and 77 points, good for the third-highest point total in the NJCAA. She's a returning first-team All-American.
Kathleen McGovern, Herkimer CC, So. M
Another returning first-team All-American from Babylon, N.Y., McGovern led the team in points (69) and goals (53).
Brittany McMullen, Howard CC, So. A
McMullen led Howard in goals (48) and points (62) and was second in assists (14) in a first-team All-American effort in 2011.
Mary Milligan, Anne Arundel CC, So. M
A returning first-team All-American, Milligan was the leading scorer in the NJCAA last year with 89 points on 62 goals and 27 assists. She also took nearly every draw and is a skilled defender.
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